New Jersey Transit says it will open additional tracks at Hoboken Terminal Monday morning, allowing for full service to resume in time for the busy weekday commute.

The agency says when trains are pulling in, they will have to decrease their speed from the usual 10 miles per hour to 5.

As part of a new rule implemented last week, a conductor will also ride in the cab car with the train's engineer.

Two tracks at the station remain closed as crews work to repair damage from the September 29 crash that killed one person and injured more than 100 others.

This comes after the National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on the crash Thursday

The report confirms that when the train approached the terminal, it was going double the speed limit.

Data recorders also confirm that the train’s engineer hit the emergency brakes less than one second before the crash.

The NTSB is trying to determine if mechanical issues are to blame.

Meanwhile, New Jersey lawmakers are asking U-S Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx for government help with funding to install positive train control on NJ Transit trains.

That would allow trains to automatically brake when going above the speed limit.